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35.89% of the people in Portland, Oregon are religious, meaning they affiliate with a religion. 15.80% are Catholic; 2.30% are LDS; 6.04% are another Christian faith; 0.86% in Portland, Oregon are Jewish; 1.48% are an eastern faith; 0.29% affilitates with Islam.

  RELIGIONPortland, OregonUnited States
  Percent Religious  35.89%48.78%
  Catholic  15.80%19.43%
  LDS  2.30%2.03%
  Baptist  2.50%9.30%
  Episcopalian  0.69%0.63%
  Pentecostal  2.66%1.87%
  Lutheran  1.32%2.33%
  Methodist  0.90%3.93%
  Presbyterian  1.07%1.63%
  Other Christian  6.04%5.51%
  Jewish  0.86%0.73%
  Eastern  1.48%0.53%
  Islam  0.29%0.84%
re: Weird Sun - 9/20/2009
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Weird Sun
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Beautiful Region
If your a hiker this is an amazing place to live. The Coast, Columbia Gorge and Mt Hood will keep you busy for years. Portland, as a city is average at best, but the... (read more)
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Your experience is interesting, considering Portland is one of the least religious cities in America. (Researchers found the greater area of Portland, OR-WA to be the... (read more)
Portland is only good for a very few
I've lived in Portland off and on for years since the mid-1970s (been here taking care of family). Portland as a whole likes to believe it's very "livable", and... (read more)
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